Criminal Mind

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Criminal Mind


“A lady and her sister attended their grandmother’s funeral… and saw a handsome guy….. the next week… She killed her sister….why?”

this question has been asked by psychologists to most of the prisoner in the United State… and believe it or not…most of the Dangerous Prisoner such as Charles Manson… Ted Bundy…has the same answer…

It captured my interest to know…. why people intended to commit with crime? What are they thinking off? Can’t they differentiate between right and wrong? Or they do it for pleasure?

According to leading criminologist, James Alan Fox  – The most successful, prolific killers are extraordinarily ordinary.

And we as human being like to think of the killers as monsters, but most of the time they look like any other person on the street.

What cause them to do it?

Edmund Kemper – aka Coed Butcher – an American serial killer; says

“It was an urge. … A strong urge, and the longer I let it go the stronger it got, to where I was taking risks to go out and kill people risks that normally, according to my little rules of operation, I wouldn’t take because they could lead to arrest.”

It’s commonly believed that serial killers cannot stop, because their compulsion is so strong that they’re literally addicted to murder. In addition, they feel no remorse so they have no reason to refrain from indulging their hunger for blood – or else they’re just plain psychotic

Killers may all have different motives, for it comes down to ‘getting even’ with someone that has done them wrong. This can be for political or person reasons such as jealousy, revenge or profit.  These people feel they have bee ‘wronged’ in some way and by killing they are getting even

Over all, the statistics say crime rates are rising faster in big cities while dropping in smaller cities. The city then focuses on a smaller city and how they are keeping crime lower than the national crime rate average.


Psychotic disorders

are a group of serious illnesses that affect the mind. These illnesses alter a person’s ability to think clearly, make good judgments, respond emotionally, communicate effectively, understand reality and behave appropriately. When symptoms are severe, people with psychotic disorders have difficulty staying in touch with reality and often are unable to meet the ordinary demands of daily life. However, even the most severe psychotic disorders usually are treatable.

Symptoms vary from person to person and may change over time. The major symptoms of psychotic disorders are hallucinations and delusions.

Hallucinations are unusual sensory experiences or perceptions of things that aren’t actually present, such as seeing things that aren’t there, hearing voices, smelling odors, having a “funny” taste in your mouth and feeling sensations on your skin even though nothing is touching your body.

Delusions are false beliefs that are persistent and organized, and that do not go away after receiving logical or accurate information. For example, a person who is certain his or her food is poisoned, even if it has been proven that the food is fine, is suffering from a delusion.

Psychologists say that most of the serial killer admits that they have been ‘told’ to do it. They heard some voice that they thought it was the voice of god…. – Charles Manson is one of those whom said the he is doing the right thing.

In addition, people with certain psychotic disorders may have an imbalance of certain chemicals in the brain

CLOSING- (read out the answer )

I  read out again the question,

“A lady and her sister attended their grandmother’s funeral… and saw a handsome guy….. the next week… She killed her sister….why?”

(Answer : Because she hope to meet the  guy again at her sister funeral)

I really hope I receive a different answer, because if you give the same answer…. the possibility is there…


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